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Handbook of Metal Injection Molding and the CEO of Advanced Powder Products, and Nicholas Eidem, the company’s director of business development, explain why.


52 Design for optimised micromoulding outcomes Accumold


Manufacturing technology 53 Future shock


AI and machine learning have promised to transform medical


device manufacturing for years – but, stymied by challenging data, it’s only recently being embraced by the biggest names in the industry. Andrea Valentino chats to Joe Corrigan, head of intelligent healthcare at Cambridge Consultants, about how new technology is making production oversight faster and more efficient.


56 Diagnostics on a testing deadline ATC Automation


A Nose for Grinding.


59 Precision movements with state-of-the-art equipment Lécureux


61 Hindsight is 2020


Covid-19 has exposed undeniable vulnerabilities in the medical supply chain. Natalie Healey explores how the pandemic will change the way health systems procure equipment in the future – and what OEMs can do to stay competitive – with Fiona Miller from the Institute of Health Policy at the University of Toronto.


Lasers & photonics 65 Brave new world


Many of the most impressive and distinctive capabilities of medical and consumer wearables come down to the way they implement photonics. Elena Beletkaia, project leader at the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) and an expert in multiple microscopic and spectroscopic techniques, details how new approaches to using and manufacturing optical biosensors are changing how the world thinks about healthcare.


68 Laser marking for


disposables and reusables Coherent


In Precision Grinding, there is no detail too small.


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When your deadline is down to the wire, choose CWT.


Motors & motion control 70 At your fingertips


Prosthetics are among the original medical wearables, but technological advances haven’t necessarily made them more popular. What’s holding them back? Tim Gunn asks Max Ortiz Catalan, head of the bionics research unit at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and the founding director of the Center for Bionics and Pain Research; and Jacob Segil, director of the Center for Translational Research at the University of Colorado, Boulder.


coil winding • micro-grinding • cleanroom assembly • laser marking


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Electronics 73 AI in a small way


Small and powerful as they may be, smartphones can’t be implanted in patient’s bodies and, though it’s a


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